I always used to say, “I don’t do cute.” Not that I thought there was anything wrong with cute, I just didn’t have much use for it. I was more a “classic” girl. But, things change. A family member had a new baby. Then, I started making cards for abused and disadvantaged children–plus, I found Lawn Fawn, and they rocked my world. The sweetness! The timelessness! The fact that the sets could be mixed and matched with one another! Sooo much fun, the mixing and matching!
Take the baby card above, for example. It uses stamps and dies from Jump for Joy, Mom +Me, and even a grass die from Dad + Me. Being able to form scenes takes them from just something enjoyable to an investment, in my book.
I was having so much fun that I couldn’t stop at just one card. The dinosaur card at left uses Critters from the Past, a double-layered die cut of the word “Yay” from Yay! Kites! and a rock formation from Mermaid for You.
Future posts will include video how-to walk-throughs and supply lists with links to where you can find the items used to make the card demonstrated. Today, however, I was just getting my feet wet in the blogosphere and having a good time. I hope you’ll stay around for future adventures!